The spike in COVID-19 infections is raising red flags and concerns throughout Florida but more so in southern counties and municipalities like Miami-Dade and Broward Counties. Many new restrictions are aimed at controlling and reducing the 4th of July crowds and large celebrations throughout the weekend. Please note that the below is a summarized list of common social distancing requirements, guidelines, and new emergency order highlights, but is not inclusive of all restrictions and requirements. Please be sure to check with your local jurisdiction to confirm the most recent operating requirements and permitted hours of operation and alcohol consumption.
- Broward Shuts Down Restaurants for On-Site Dining After Midnight; Masks Now Required While Outside
- Miami-Dade County Orders Restaurants to Close On-Site Dining from Midnight to 6:00 AM; Pools and Bars at Hotels Under Restriction July 3-6
- California Orders Indoor Businesses to Close in 19 Counties as COVID-19 Cases Rise
- Restaurants and Bars Across the U.S. Are Re-Closing Due to Coronavirus Surge
- 7 Fort Lauderdale Bars, Restaurants Fined, Shut Down for Breaking Coronavirus Rules
- Alcohol Consumption to be Suspended Immediately at Bars in Florida
- Miami to Impose Minimum 10-Day Shutdown for Businesses Violating COVID-19 Regulations
- Packed Bars Serve Up New Rounds of COVID Contagion
- LA Bar Owners Say Closure Rules Are Confusing, Disheartening
- Monroe County, Including Key West, Announces Beach Closures for Fourth of July Weekend
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Spiritus Law is an entrepreneurial law firm focused on business regulatory licensing, trade practice compliance and business conflict resolution for highly regulated industries dealing in alcohol production and distribution, hospitality services, commercial development and international business transactions. The Firm is founded on traditional principles of client counseling and teamwork with a cutting-edge twist on regulatory innovation and modern problem-solving. We focus on the business needs of individual clients and leading industry members so we can advance business objectives and influence regulatory changes that guide our clients’ business operations. Spiritus Law combines a unique blend of professionals, including attorneys, government consultants, licensing assistants and paralegals to assist its diverse clients. We leverage our unparalleled experience working with government agencies and judicial courts on the federal, state and local level to develop compliance business operation strategies and resolve business conflicts and disputes. Our modern approach to transparent client representation and employee engagement defines our collaborative spirit and progressive energy.
Primary service areas include Alcohol Licensing & Regulatory Compliance, Alcohol Production & Distribution Transactions, and Hospitality Regulatory Compliance & Permitting. The Alcohol Industry Group focuses on providing complete food and alcohol licensing and regulatory services in the development of licensing structures and business operational guidelines for the manufacturing, importation, purchase and retail sale and service of alcoholic beverages. Our firm services an array of industries, including alcohol producers, sports teams, hotels, theme parks, movie theaters, grocery stores, liquor stores, bars, commercial developers and more.